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Learning Commons

The Learning Commons is in need of volunteers in the afternoon to help with a variety of activities, such as:
- cleaning the tables and whiteboards
- organizing the books and tables
- helping the Learning Commons look good after a day of usage
- cutting and laminating
- making deliveries around the building
- hanging posters
- checking computer in and out



In September and October, students will be able to go outside during lunch to burn energy and socialize with their peers. No educational time will be taken from students; they will be allowed to go outside after they eat - during a portion of their current lunch period. Once it starts to get cooler, Energy Burn will be paused and return again in May. 

PTO provides adult volunteers to help the Nagel staff supervise the students outside. If at least two parents are not signed up for each lunch, the students will have to remain inside.



During student lunches, the SOAR Spirit Store is open two days a week. Two parents are needed for each shift, volunteering once a month.

Students can purchase PE shirts, spirit wear, required novels and school supplies. SOAR cards can also be turned in for fun prizes. 


Popcorn with the Principal

Each Friday, Nagel PTO provides popcorn to 15 students who meet in a small group with the principal. A different group of students is chosen each week and it's a great time to learn what they love, don't love and what they'd like to see done differently. Volunteers will make popcorn using PTO's popcorn machine, help with serving and clean up the machine afterward.


Athletics: Concessions & Parent Reps

Each season, a parent rep for each team helps communicate athletic PTO specific items. How coaches use parent reps is entirely their preference; PTO needs communication support.

In addition, parents of athletes are expected to work at least 1 shift at the concession stand during their student-athlete's season. We do not want parents to miss seeing their student play; there are plenty of opportunities to volunteer and still catch your team's action! Nagel PTO relies heavily on the funds raised through concessions; please help us to continue to support our athletes and all Nighthawks by giving a couple of hours of your time during the season.



District Information for Volunteers

Forest Hills School District volunteers provide meaningful support that helps make an array of learning opportunities available to students. Parents, community members, alumni and others are able to engage and empower students directly through their talents, time and abilities.

Click Here for the 2019-2020 procedures and guidelines for visitors and volunteers at Forest Hills School District.


Quick Summary of Requirements needed for Visitors vs. Volunteers

Visitors to Nagel: Must present Driver's License (or government-issued ID) upon entering the front of the building.

Volunteers / Chaperones at Nagel:  Must have been fingerprinted by the Forest Hills School District in the past 5 years   - OR -   Complete the online background check using the Raptor System (new in August 2019). It only takes a couple minutes to complete online. Click here for Raptor Link.


Reimbursement Form

Click here to access the form

Attach your receipts and leave in the PTO Treasurer mailbox in the front office or the school. 
Or scan the form/receipts and email to the PTO Treasurer